Inscryption is one of the most mesmerizingly unnerving games I’ve ever played. A constant, unsettling experience that never lets up and dares you to make sense of it.
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Hot Wheels Unleashed is not only one of the best games of the year, but one of the best racing games of all time.
The Artful Escape is a visual and auditory feast for the senses, but the final result almost makes you wonder if this would have worked better as a short film than a game.
I can’t stress enough how much fun Aliens: Fireteam Elite is. If you’re a fan of the franchise, don’t pass this one up.
Recompile is a frustrating game. I wouldn’t say it’s a bad game because I still had a lot of fun with it and definitely recommend playing it, as I knocked out the entire thing in a single session.
I burned through The Forgotten City in a single session, fully intrigued by the game’s world but I just wish the game’s mechanics had a bigger influence over the story it was trying to tell.
There’s some fun to be had with Biomutant, but it’s the type of fun that’ll attract a specific group of gamers that’ll throw on a podcast as they mindlessly explore the game’s world.
There’s a simplicity to Maskmaker, but a simplicity that works for a fun 2-3 hour romp.
It’s touching, and the puzzle side keeps you engaged while your heartstrings are being tugged.
Hitman 3 is a phenomenal closer to what has been an excellent trilogy in a series I hold dear.
The Walking Dead Onslaught isn’t a bad game per say, I’m sure fans of the series will find some fun in it, it’s just wholly disappointing when compared to the recently released Saints & Sinners.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 does everything a remake should do: improve on every aspect of the original release and set itself as the new standard.
When all is said and done, Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time is perfectly mediocre if a tad disappointing for fans of the series expecting more.
Fall Guys is battle royale at its silliest as you waddle your way through a technicolor game show.
Fight Crab is as dumb as it is absurd, and it’ll leave you with the biggest smile on your face as your chainsaw wielding crab goes into battle.
Carrion is the perfect marriage of John Carpenter and Cronenberg horror, with an almost unsettling glee as you careen through the game devouring all in your path.
For the cost of a large coffee with all the bells and whistles, you could instead indulge in some horror with the Dread X Collection.
Disintegration held a lot of potential, and while its gravcycle is novel, the rest of the package doesn’t live up to the strategy it promises.
Caked in a heavy VHS filter with grimy beats emanating from every corner, Sludge Life is the anti-capitalist game to vibe to we need right now.
What Maneater lacks in variety, it more than makes up for in pure unbridled, delicious carnage.